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:15 p.m. booktv, every weekend on c-span2. >> up next, tony horwitz recounts john brown's raid on a federal armory in harper's ferry in west virginia. mr. horwitz reports on john brown's early exploits to abolish slavery pronounced by acts of violence in kansas. his court trial following his capture and how his acts of defiance contribute today the national discussion of secession. this is about an hour. >> good evening. thank you all for coming. our thanks go to the historical museum for hosting us, to booktv for recording this presentation and especially to maggie richards at henry holt publishing for arranging this return visit by tony horwitz. midnight rising: john brown and the raid that sparked the civil war, invoked a familiar image for kansans, the larger than life abolitionist that adorns the walls of our state capitol in topeka. brown waged a bloody war that started in the kansas territory and ended when brown was captured after his famous raid on harper's ferry. relying on his self-proclaimed archive of dephoenix, tony horwitz went to harper's ferry on the same date
abolitionist john brown raid on it -- october 16th, 1858. he reports on the early exploits to abolish slavery pronounced by acts of violence against pro-slavery settlers in kansas. his court trial following his capture, and how his act of defiance contributed to the national discussion of dissension. this is about an hour.vening. >> good evening. thank you all for coming. our thanks go to the historicalg museum for hosting house, toordn book tv for recording this ecial presentation, and especiallyie tough maggie richards for arranging this return visit -- visit by tony horwitz. bro "midnight rising: john brown and the raid that sparked the civil war"" it folks a familiar images the l larger than life abolitionist that adorns the walls of ourat state capitol ina topeka. brown, in his mid-50s, waged a d bloody renegade war to end slavery that started in the kansas territory, and ended when brown was captured after his famous rate on harper's ferry. n relying on his self-proclaimed archive a defeat tony horwitz blocked the path to harper's ferry, at the same time and on the same date, october 16
weekend with top nonfiction books and authors. booktv.org. >>> up next, tony horwitz recounts john brown's raid on a federal armory in harper's ferry, west virginia, on october 16, 1858. mr. ohio wit reports -- horwitz reports on brown's acts of violence against pro-slavery settlers in kansas and how his acts of defiance contributed to the national discussion of secession. this is about an hour. >> good evening. thank you all for coming. our thanks go to the historicalc museum for hosting us, to booktv for recording this presentation and especially to maggie richards and maggie savant at henry holt publishing for arranging this return visit by tony horwitz. "midnight rising: john brown and the raid that sparked the civil war," evokes a -- brown, in his mid 50s, waged a bloody renegade war to end slavery that started in the kansas territory and ended when brown wased captured after his famous raid on harper's ferry. relying on his self-proclaimed archive of the feet, tonyar horwitz walks the path to d harper's ferry at the same time -- late evening -- and on r the same date -- october 16
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the pentagon today outlined almost half a trillion dollars in budget cuts that would shrink the size of the u.s. military by eliminating ground forces, retiring ships and planes and delaying some new weapons. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> warner: and i'm margaret warner. on the "newshour" tonight: deputy secretary of defense ashton carter walks us through the plan to reshape the military while trimming costs. >> brown: then, we turn to florida, where judy woodruff has an update on the g.o.p. presidential primary contest. >> warner: kwame holman reports on a key component of president obama's re-election strategy highlighting the political gridlock in washington. >> president obama says this 112th congress-- as divided and partisan as it is-- should work with him on behalf of the american people. >> brown: ray suarez looks at today's jobs problem and the future role of manufacturing. >> warner: and, we have a conversation with veteran reporter tom edsall about the political landscape in a time of scarce resources.
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: it was negative and nasty today, as florida republicans prepared for the latest vote in this up-and-down primary season. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, judy woodruff is in on the ground in the sunshine state with the latest on the fight for conservative voters. >> woodruff: with only hours to go until the polls open here in the state of florida, the republican contest for president, instead of quieting down, has only grown louder and meaner. >> brown: and stu rothenberg and susan page look ahead at the critical contests to come. >> ifill: then, from brussels, margaret warner reports on how european leaders are attempting to tackle the continent's financial crisis. >> brown: ray suarez sits down with doctor hans rosling, whose unique take on global health and development statistics has made him an online sensation. >> can you see that? the green that the american companies are moving towards smaller families. >> ifill: and we talk to author adam johnson about a
in iowa and michele bachmann ended her presidential bid. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on the campaign in the granite state from our own gwen ifill and jeremy peters of the "new york times." >> woodruff: then, we examine president obama's move to sidestep the senate and tap richard cordray to head the new financial watchdog agency. >> brown: we have the story of libyan fighters recovering from their war-wounds thousands of miles away in boston. >> many of them are gunshot wounds and there are severe hand injuries to shoulder injuries. there are, obviously, patients that also have p.t.s.d. >> woodruff: margaret warner updates the escalating tensions between iran and the west. >> brown: and we close with the discovery of new species found in remote hot springs far beneath the surface of the ocean near antarctica. >> just hoards of these crabs called yetty crabs that have sort of harry chests and harry arms that they grow bacteria on. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the p
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the g.o.p. presidential campaign in florida has ratcheted into high gear just four days before the winner-take-all primary. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, judy woodruff is in jacksonville with the latest on the no-holds- barred contest. >> brown: then, we examine president obama's plan to tie college financial aid programs to the institution's affordability. >> suarez: margaret warner updates the situation in syria, as fighting intensified in the city of homs today. >> brown: david brooks and e.j. dionne analyze the week's news. >> suarez: and we close with poet rae armantrout, whose new book, "money shot," deals in part with the financial crisis. >> is to write about the intersection of the public and private. or what's left of the flight our lives. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and by bnsf railway. and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improve
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: tensions rose between the u.s. and iran today as tehran upped the nuclear ante, while also convicting an american of spying and sentencing him to death. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, margaret warner gets the latest on the escalating rhetoric from david sanger of the "new york times" and julian barnes of the "wall street journal." >> brown: then, we turn to politics, as republican presidential hopefuls jockeyed for position, the day before the nation's first primary. >> woodruff: gwen ifill reports on the campaign from manchester, new hampshire. >> ifill: 24 hours until the voters get their say. believe it or not some of the more independent-minded ones still haven't made up their minds. we talk to them. >> brown: and we get analysis from stuart rothenberg of the "rothenberg political report" and susan page of "u.s.a. today." >> brown: plus, we examine the arguments in two supreme court cases on redistricting in texas and environmental regulations wi
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: president obama unveiled a new defense strategy today calling for a leaner military with reduced forces and a new focus on asia. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on the new blueprint for the pentagon from defense secretary leon panetta. >> cutting $500 billion is not chump change. >> brown: then, we turn to the presidential contest, as the candidates campaign in new hampshire and south carolina. >> woodruff: we look at how super pac money was spent in iowa and assess what that could mean for primaries yet to come. >> brown: and gwen ifill sits down with former utah governor jon huntsman. >> i'm a hardheaded realist, absolutely i am. and i say we have come from last place, we now find ourselves in third. there is a lot more blue sky to go in the days ahead. >> woodruff: plus, margaret warner examines the comeback for the u.s. auto industry after strong sales in 2011. >> brown: and we close with hari sreenivasan's book conversation about life le
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: six g.o.p. presidential hopefuls fanned out across iowa today, making their final pitches to voters the day before the caucuses. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, judy woodruff is on the ground in iowa following the contenders at rallies, town halls, and "meet and greets" around the state. >> woodruff: the republican candidates are in a last-minute scramble for caucus goers so that tomorrow night when the results are announced right here, they'll have the best possible showing. >> brown: plus, we get analysis from stuart rothenberg and susan page. >> ifill: then, ray suarez looks into the arson attacks in los angeles that sent more than 50 cars plus homes up in flames. >> brown: we update the turmoil in egypt. charles sennott of global post reports on the egyptian military, once supporting the protest movement, but now engaging in a crackdown on monstrators. >> ifill: we assess what's behind the recent raids on american-backed groups, and what they mean for u.s.-e
los impuestos"; ese fue el mensaje del gobernador jerry brown en su segundo informe de gobierno desde que fue electo. --jaime peluffo nos trae un anlisis de lo que est en juego.. jaime. take anchor live take pkg el gobernador jerry brown empez su discurso de gobierno con un regaÑo cnico a los republicanos.. s.o.t. jerry brown/gobernador de california 21:47:00 their critic of my speech 24 hours ago.. brown dijo que criticaron su discurso hace 24 horas, cuando nisiquiera lo haba terminado de redactar. s.o.t. 23:21:00 again, i propose cuts and temporary taxes.. neither is popular, but both must be done. pero su discurso inmediatamente se torn serio y dijo que nuevamente propone recortes e impuestos temporales.. s.o.t. javier gonzález/analista político 4:31:00 este gobernador estaba hablando a la legislatura pero a la vez estaba hablandole a los californianos, presentando una visión optimista de la recuperación del estado. el analista javier gonzlez vio el discurso del gobernador y dice que anticipa una campaÑa pblica intensa para vender la idea del incremento de impuestos de venta
the interests of african-americans since the reconstruction period. by the end of his presidency, the brown versus board of education decision in the supreme court upended the notion of separate but equal education. federal troops had been sent tine little rock, arkansas to enforce integration of a high school. and the civil rights acts of 1957 and 1960 passed into law. in some ways, president eisenhower pushed the currents of history to open greater opportunities for black people in the united states. however, in other ways he seemed to build dams that reinforced prejudice. assessments of eisenhower's civil rights contributions written in the 1970s and 1980s pointed out the shortcomings in his record. in his memoirs, earl warren, appointed by eisenhower as the chief justice of the supreme court remarked on the president's lack of enthusiastic support for civil rights. the historian stephen ambrose described the ways eisenhower worked to eliminate discrimination in areas where federal authority clearly took precedence, but showed the president's reluctance to intervene in states. for exampl
'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, tom bowman of npr has the details on what happened and peter pham of the atlantic council updates the situation in the war-torn horn of africa nation. >> ifill: then, kwame holman has reaction to last night's state of the union speech and we examine the rhetoric and the reality with glenn kessler of the "washington post." >> brown: plus, we debate the president's overall approach to the nation's economic woes with economists heather boushey and douglas holz-eakin. >> ifill: betty ann bowser reports on how spanish television soap operas are leading the way in health education. >> "cross roads" tackles just about every health issue affects latinos from diabetes to asthma to alcohol and drug abuse. >> brown: and margaret warner updates the latest tensions in egypt, one year after the revolution. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and by the alfred p. sloan fou
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